Melania Trump's Lord's Prayer: Fake, Pandering to Evangelicals, or Genuine Expression of Faith?
The debate over First Lady Melania Trump's reading of the Lord's Prayer at a rally in Melbourne, Florida, for her husband, President Donald Trump, has continued to rage, with some conservatives calling it a genuine expression of faith, with others, including a pastor, suggesting it was manipulative.
The American Family Association, which has both praised and criticized Trump's administration on different issues, argued that Melania Trump delivered a "powerful" reading.
"We have a long tradition in this country, going all the way back to our founding, of acknowledging God in our public life," said AFA President Tim Wildom in a video.
"President George Washington said that he would not even consider you a patriot if you could not acknowledge God, religion, and morality."